Friday, August 27, 2004

Provencher's Mill by Alfred Sisley

I've always been drawn to impressionist paintings. The strokes are obvious. The themes are nature-centric. There are no fat naked ladies. That the style represented a break from conservative tradition only adds to the appeal.

For a time, this particular piece was on my desktop too. That should dismiss any notion that only half-naked babes make it to my list of wallpapers.


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